hour / minute / eccentric second at 6 o'clock
second hand stop
Since the end of the 19th century in Saxony, the typical three-quarter plate has been built using state-of-the-art techniques for fine movement. Our CALIBER I is an honest tribute to this heritage, emphasizing typical elements not only of function, but also of beauty.
eccentric second at 6 o'clock, date-days of the week at 3 o'clock,
moon phase at 6 o'clock, month at 9 o'clock,
day-/night indication at 4 o'clock, declination angle at 12 o'clock
Based on our CALIBER I and with the same respect for traditional watchmaking and its aesthetic quality, we constructed the CALIBER III for our MORITZ. Although the two movements look very similar, we have still made some modification.
eccentric second at 6 o'clock, chronograph second and minute from the center,
chronograph mechanism with 3-phase operation (start/stop/reset) through crown pusher
With our CALIBER IV, we have created a chronographic movement which on the one hand gives the watch a classy and noble character from the outside, but on the other hand offers to every watch enthusiast a great delight on technical finesse.
second remontoir (intermediate winding every second),
dead-beat center seconds,
center prograde (moving forward) date indicatio,
up/down power reserve indication (Heinrich model)
The fourth movement presented by LANG & HEYNE shows another look at its ancestors. The gracile shape of the trigonal bridge is revealing:
hour/minute/eccentric seccond at 6 o'clock,
second hand stop
“Back to our roots” – this phrase constituted the motto for the creation of the fifth movement presented by LANG & HEYNE:
A simple three-hand watch finished, of course, in finest style.
age calculation, mode selection with crown pusher
The complex “machine” is secreted behind plates and bridges. But the perfect harmony of the movement produced by manufacturer is revealed through sapphire glass.
hour / minute / eccentric second at 6 o'clock / second hand stop
Draw the curtain for a LANG & HEYNE with edges and corners! The huge, completely visible movement shows its finely finished golden wheels, levers and springs, which we do not want to hide.
hour/ minute/ second via lyra shaped cage
Since more than 200 years the Tourbillon has served as a symbol for masterly performance in horology. During the first half of the 20th century the interpretation by the Saxon School of watchmaking with „flying“ bogy mounted on one side, brought it to maturity. LANG & HEYNE follows this tradition with a Tourbillon – lightweiht and elegant due to delicately built cage.
hour and minute indication, central second
In the 14th century, ideas within the Italian and French compositional technique and music theory were developed to integrate an additional voice into an existing melody or theme: the so-called polyphony.